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It’s worth repeating. We need each other. Please let us not forget that.
"My best advice as a faith leader is to seek out where you can find the Spirit, God’s active presence in the world, still at work. This can be in the talented medical staff taking care of your loved one; this could be in the network of friends who rally to your side. The Spirit is there, at work, somewhere."
The nonprofit agency funding request form and policy can be found on the Douglas County website under the news tab.
Don’t wait for your next “big” birthday or life event to live out your own hot air balloon ride. Don’t wait to enjoy. And, whatever the color of your balloon, or experience, it’s going to be spectacular because you can make it so.

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Regardless of their ideological hue, people all have their exceptions, places where they want government to expand — the military or health care or basic R & D or critical infrastructure. Add those up, and you get a government that never stops growing.
All the best in 2022. Let’s make it the best year ever.
This job offers something new every day, but no matter the story, we aim to do our best.
In so many ways, this column kept me going. Kind messages and emails from readers kept me afloat. They kept my head above water at a time when I wasn’t sure whether I’d drown or not.
There is one meeting on the calendar for next week.
We live in a country that was designed to allow us to debate the question and to find common ground so we could move forward. In a sense, the common good in America is the opportunity to define the common good. Together.

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Adulthood is awarded to you on your 18th birthday. Growing up is a process.
There is one meeting on the calendar for next week.
Learn about the many options available for safe, affordable improvements available to reduce your imprint on nature. Work on a plan to make it happen.

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